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Business Manager - £38,052 pa (pro rata) - part time, 15 hours per week - Two Year Contract
Membership Officer - £27,358 pa (pro rata) – part time, 13.5 hours per week - Permanent
The Institute of Public Rights of Way and Access Management is seeking to appoint two dedicated and committed individuals to join the employed staff to assist in the day to day management of the organisation and in supporting members and representing their views at a national level including with the English and Welsh Governments, Natural England and Natural Resources Wales
This is a full time, fixed term post until 31st December 2020.
Our Head Office is in Salisbury and we also have an office near our Ranscombe reserve in Strood, Kent. The nominal base for this post will be at either of these offices or, home based in or near one of the six project areas (Devon & Cornwall, Somerset, Wessex, Brecklands, Kent and Yorkshire).
Do you want to be part of a ground-breaking approach to saving species from extinction? Back from the Brink is a £6.6million HLF-funded programme delivered by a partnership of England’s leading nature conservation organisations.
This is a fantastic opportunity to support the development and maintenance of a beautiful visitor attraction in the heart of Thetford Forest.
At the Forestry Commission, we manage and care for England’s public forests. High Lodge, on the Suffolk / Norfolk border is a well-established and popular visitor attraction attracting approximately 500,000 visits per year.
Salary: £11,500 Part time
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. They want to see a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. The Trust aims to engage and inspire people about woods and trees to help meet their vision of creating, restoring and protecting woodland.
Harris Hill are delighted to be working with Woodland Trust to recruit a number of Membership Development Officers across the UK.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.